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Re: MoonMan and Tetras

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 09:26:43 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea

Hey MoonMan, Did I catch in one of your fabulous threads that you're using Tetra stencils? I'm anxious to find out how you're liking them. We we're all set up to go to Tetras, then mgt decided to close down our factor

Re: MoonMan and Tetras

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 05:26:14 EDT 1999 | Charles Stringer

Hey MoonMan, Did I catch in one of your fabulous threads that you're using Tetra stencils? I'm anxious to find out how you're liking them. We we're all set up to go to Tetras, then mgt decided to close down our factory - Dooop!

Advice Needed between a DEK 265GSX and a MPM UP3030!

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 14:30:44 EDT 2006 | Brian

I agree with Chunks. Programming was much simpler. The 2D inspection is much better on MPM. I didn't have to use offsets on the MPM or the DEK very often, but did more on teh DEK. I didn't like the front justified stencils on the DEK. I also did

Smt 'pick and place' machine issues

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 29 11:49:57 EST 2006 | slthomas

That, and is it pinned or clamped, and if the latter, are the edges true?

DEK ELA and MPM U2000 Hi-E Comparison

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 25 18:49:12 EDT 2002 | Dreamsniper

Has anyone compared the 2 machines performance? Which one has the edge? What are their disadvantages and the common problems they give the users? thanks in advance...

DEK ELA and MPM U2000 Hi-E Comparison

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 25 20:47:13 EDT 2002 | Dreamsniper

Thanks for that info... I found out that MPM has UP2000 HiE VP with price lower than DEK Horizon but just a bit higher or let's say relatively the same as DEK ELA...I find it hard to decide which among the 2 based on our budget capability. My budget

Re: Quick Frame and Dek 265GS

Electronics Forum | Wed May 20 10:00:00 EDT 1998 | EFData

The quick frame does work well with the DEK 265, but we feel that tensioning is user dependent and introduces variation into the process on an operator to operator basis. Also, because tensioning occurs only on two sides (instead of four) this also i

Differences between screen and stencil printing

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 16 15:00:20 EST 2004 | glaucon

Simple differences. Both processes require a very similar machine platform, controlled motion, vision fiducial recognition and alignment of a substrate (PCB or hybrid ceramic) to the "image", the image being either a stencil (hence stencil printing)

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